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in september. white house correspondent dan lothian is traveling with the president. dan, at this point he's on record to raise almost a billion dollars now, and that's not including those outside super-pacs. how much is he expecting to raise tonight? >> reporter: well, millions of dollars, and we'll try to break that down later on in the evening, exactly how much they're expected to raise. they really believe this is important money that they need for a couple of reasons. first of all, the race is very tight. when you look at the national numbers, the race is very close. then you break it down to those key battleground states in ohio, in florida, in colorado and virginia. very close there as well. so they need it this money to really beef up their ground operation going into election day and also saturate the air wae waves with the telephone ads. they're bringing in millions of dollars. a lot is going out the door as well, fredricka. >> so, dan, a lot of questions have been asked of the president, and everyone else since the debate about, you know, a nearly unrecognizable obama during the
is dan henning. >> hi there. >> we're going to be talking to some great guests. we have reid wilson, rowdel mono. he is one of the super pac guys. and we have nate who is going to talk about his new book. and stan calendar and we'll find at new economic numbers. hopefully we've got good news. >> obama could use some good news. >> america could use some good news, but obama could really use some good news this week. >> but first . . . >> announcer: this is the "full court press." >> on this friday some news you need to know good morning america is starting a big change, ann romney will sit alongside dave so cohost the program. nbc also in discussions with first lady michelle obama. >> that would be nice. ann romney she is running for first lady along with her husband, although mitt romney did say one time that he didn't want to see too much of her people might get a little tired of her. >> a record night on twitter during wednesday's presidential debate, they set a record 10.3 million tweets were fired off during the debate. the highest point was jim lehrer said
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no further than read which focuses on value oriented shopping malls. dan hurwitz is the ceo of this publicly traded company. stock is up 39%. business must be good. >> business is good and retail sales are very good. the american consumer has made a clear choice. they want value:convenience and tenants that occupy shopping centers offer value and convenience. that is what the consumers looking for. liz: is the consumer healthier than your ago? >> i think the consumer's not only healthier but more optimistic. they feel better about where they are in their jobs and better about their wages and worse about the fact the we are in any election cycle still lots of people particularly in ohio telling you how bad things are. you can't watch tv without negative adds that that doesn't impact retail sales or how people feel about their families and things are positive. liz: you have 1 twenty million square feet and 450 properties in the united states, brazil:-- which parts of the united states of looking stronger? >> our business is a local business. you can go into certain markets like phoenix where p
to shift the campaign narrative. let's ask wall street columnist dan hennington and dorothy rebenowitz and kim strausel. how far behind is mitt romney now? >> he is behind in nearly every swing state poll there is. now there is an argument campaign is making they are not nearly as far behind as the media polls but there is understanding that they have to make up some ground. >> paul: they are admitting they are behind and they have to make up. it sounds like necessity know it because they are trying to find different shifteding narratives to get ahead. have they fastened down a single strategy yet? >> here is what happened since the bad headlines. they have been telling donors on telephone calls of them wanted to do a reboot where they have a forward leaning campaign. much more aggressive about rebit go some of the president's claims, much more about presenting a bold and optimistic future based on their own ideas but they are having a hard time breaking through the media narrative. that is potential ily the big opportunity in the debate. >> paul: i agree with kim. it's an opportunity
debate. our white house correspondent dan lothian is in cleveland traveling with the president. saw a very different president once again today as opposed to the debate, dan. >> reporter: we really did. not only here in ohio where the president spoke during a heavy downpour, but on an earlier stop as well in virginia. the campaign says this is a deliberate attempt to counter some of what they believe were false claims made during the debate. this is the president that most people agree didn't show up on debate night. animated, forceful and taking shots at his gop opponent. >> governor romney said he'd get rid of planned parenthood funding. apparently this along with bid bird is driving the deficits. >> reporter: campaign rallies and presidential debates are two completely different events. but the contrast in body language and policy sales pitch is hard to overlook. zingers are back. >> now, my opponent has been trying to do a two-step and reposition and got an extreme makeover. governor romney was fact checked by his own campaign. >> reporter: and so is talk about governor romney's
, better education systems. >> "the washington post's" chief correspondent dan balz joins me now. you watched so many of these debates and posed eight questions that you think sets the stage for tonight. >> right. >> let's talk about first what's at stake here. the first debate, the first face-off between the two men. >> the first debate is always the most important. it draws the biggest audience. the stakes for both president obama and mitt romney are big. but obviously bigger for mitt romney because he's had a bad couple of weeks and i think there is more pressure on him at this point to do something that changes the nature of the debate, changes the nature of the race, gives people an opportunity to take a fresh look at him and i think that's what he'll be trying to do tonight. >> what do you think the winning strategies are? your second question. the winning strategies for each side. >> the winning strategy for governor romney is to do two things which are not easily done together. one is to be pretty aggressive on the president, to go after him, to attack him in ways that he's no
embed carrie dan. she's embedded with vice president joe biden's team. carrie, vice president biden's schedule shows him to be in wilmington, delaware, right now, and for the next few days. what is planned for him? >> that's right, milissa. he's going to be doing his own debate camp there, up until a day before the debate. he's spending time with chris van hollen, that's his sparring partner. van hollen has worked with paul ryan, he's a democrat from maryland, who worked with ryan with and against on the house budget committee. so van hollen is someone who's very familiar, not only with his policies. so the two of them will be participating in mock debates. they've done two to date, and i'm sure they'll be doing a lot more up until wednesday, before they head to danville, kentucky, for the big night. >> what is the biggest concern for mr. biden and his team? >> well, when they really would like to do is to change the conversation from last week's performance by barack obama, get to change that conversation on thursday, and to really talk specifically about the ryan budget. joe biden
played the clip, where bentsen squashed dan quayle and, we had our campaign chairman and governor clinton and our top staff and went to a little bar, across the street, and we were high, high on excitement and we waited for the numbers to come in from our pollster and when we called him, he said you want the good news or the bad news? and, i always go for bad news and he said, no, i have to tell you, bentsen 10-1 on the debate, and, bentsen, 10-1, over dan quayle and dukakis and bush and i asked the key question and, i said what is the horse race and he said, virtually unchanged. >> arthel: but we're talking about momentum and maybe you are right. it will be the same thing. let's talk about vice president biden and the possibility of him redirecting the momentum towards the president and, what does congressman ryan have to do to pick up where the governor lift off on wednesday night? >> what ryan has to do is not make a mistake and it will help him to be on the same platform as biden as, frankly it helped mitt romney not taking anything away from his performance and it helped him to be ev
since june of 2009. here with me is cnbc contributor, dan dicker, a 25-year trading veteran of the new york mercantile exchange, civil right attorney mya wiley. attorney raul ruiz and a contributor to "the nation" magazine. thank you for being here. let me ask a question, does 7.8% wipe away wednesday night's performance? is that news story over? >> the debates will have the big impact some are predicting. there's post-debate, you know, euphoria for romney supporters and probably a little bit too much concern for obama supporters. the reality is those numbers help obama tremendously. at the same time, obama has the opportunity now to come back and do what he did the very next day. i think that was a key day for him. >> if he had that sort of debate performance and then we'd gotten job numbers that had us stuck at 8.2, then you start talking about a crisis at that point for the campaign. >> we have a chance to make it a much bigger story, precisely because the republicans have been so nice to us and delivered, for example, jack welch. the numbers were entirely fixed. he's been chimed in
for the must-reads, sara, yours first, what have you got? >> i like dan ball's piece in the "post," the take. where he puts some much-needed perspective around the last week. which is that we don't yet know what the effect of both the debate and the jobs numbers are going to be on this race. it's probably a week away before we see the true effect of these things. and oftentimes in politics, things are never as good as they seem and they're often not as bad as they seem. so sage, "washington post" dan ball had a good piece. >> let's move on to you, doug, what's yours? >> mine was a similar theme. it's a piece in the "huffington post" which puts the post debate hysteria in perspective. romney obviously had a good night. but it's not likely to change the dynamics in a lot of the swing states. i'm hoping it short of shakes some folks out of complacency among democrats who might have been lulled by the president's lead in the polls, because we don't know how it's going to come down. it will come down to the wire. >> anne, i've got to ask you to give me yours quickly. >> bhi my colleague at the "w
to be a president for all americans, singling out the republicans, independents and the tea party. >> all right, dan, want to get you live to apopka, florida, and mitt romney will be speaking there very soon. you see the stage is set. this is called a victory rally for romney. we'll have it for you in the 7:00 hour, but he spent the day early near orlando, florida, of course practicing with the debate rehearsal with senator rob portman. mitt romney will be speaking momentarily in apopka, florida, we'll bring it to you when it happens. >>> and venezuela, a day away from the presidential election, many hitting the road, traveling to one of six offices where they can cast a ballot for president. for the people in florida, it means a road trip to new orleans. volunteers estimate that 7,000 people in florida will cast the ballot in new orleans, but don't see it as a burden. >> it is not a right, it is a privilege to vote. and the fact that we have to go through all of this gives it a little more emphasis on how privileged we are. >> well, the current president chavez hopes to win a third term. we will ha
in henderson, nevada, gearing up for wednesday's debate. our white house correspondent dan lothian is over at the white house. he getting new information. what's the latest on his xaeb preparation, dan? >> reporter: campaign official telling me that the president began those practices last might after arriving in defense nevada and continued these rehearsals this morning in nevada as well. taking only a break this afternoon. one of the things that they are really working on is trying to get the president to be more concise and in his answers. you know, sometime it is president can be long winded and the campaign has admitted this and it is not the most effective way to deliver your message. so they are trying to get the president to answer these questions with very few words. he has a small team of adviser around him including david axelrod, former white house communications director anita dunn. and also brian, one of the president's economic adviser. they are not talking about some of the specifics, what's going on behind the scenes. one thing they are saying publicly is they are trying t
. >> lloyd benson and dan quayle, 2002008. >> jack kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you're no jack kennedy. (cheer (cheers) >> that was a fierce moment. >> that was a strong zinger and perhaps the most memorable moment from the vice-presidential debate and often, a vice-presidential debate is about assurance. can the second person on the ticket become president and step in if need be. you've got to remember in 1988 who was president? ronald reagan. lloyd benson had been in the senate 17 years, dan quayle, 7 years, that was about gravitas and the senior statesman versus the young new guy upstart. this time it's different because barack obama was in his 40's when he became president and even though joe biden is three decades older than paul ryan, that issue is muted a little bit. >> clayton: interestingly in 2008. then candidate biden, vice-presidential nominee at the time had a walk a delicate balance with sarah palin. he had to be respectful of her on the stage and strong a lot of people thought it was a tie at theened of the debate wherever you stand on it want matter, but here i
't that good to being a great debater on the night he met dan quayle. we have to expect he'll be prepared and give a very good performance. >> will he have to give specifics? what will independents want to hear? >> well, you know, that's his problem. i mean, listen, this guy cannot defend the math of his proposals because in the math they use to find the money to pay for a $5 trillion tax cut for the wealthiest americans, two plus two equals five. that's why they can't dot math. there's absolutely no way for this thing to add up. i think when he's pressed, and he will be by someone like jim lehr, he'll be pressed by specifics. that's when the rubber will meet the road for mitt romney. if he doesn't have the numbers to back him up, he'll have a very big challenge. >> he'll be pressed by lehr but another guy there named barack obama pressing too many. we'll be watching. tad devine and wes moore, thank you for your time. >>> coming up, paul ryan has his own secret tape, claiming that 30% of americans want their welfare stake. that explosive video is coming up. it only adds to mitt romney's 4
at citibank. okay. [ male announcer ] with citibank's popmoney, dan can easily send money by email right from his citibank account. nice job ben. [ male announcer ] next up -- the gutters. citibank popmoney. easier banking. standard at citibank. >> the show of force yesterday with heavily armed and the media was in there a day -- two or three days later. i don't understand. was the media reckless? >> i think the media is not as big a target as special agents of the fbi. they don't represent the western world in the same way that officials do. so i think they did take a little bit of a chance by being there. there is no question. this is not first incident in libya. there was a dozen insdens if not more prior tow this. but i think that cnn did take some chances. but the fact that the crime scene was not secured is another big question -- >> well, they couldn't get in. the first chance, they get it secured working with the libyan government. that's the first choice. or they go in themselves and secure it. by the time they got there yesterday, it was trampled and degraded and everything was wron
us what you are looking for as the debate season commences. the baltimore sun has this piece -- dan barry, connecticut, keith on our republican line. caller: i will not be watching the debate tomorrow night. i have seen enough of the show that they put on and it's not real. the questions are staged and the moderators are chosen by the candidates. the questions are preselected. only certain people [no audio] they will disagree on a couple things to make some highlights in tomorrow's news. other than that, you have two of the same guys on either side of the stage in a choreographed event. there's lots of other strings that are choreographed on tv that would be a lot more entertaining than this staged event for a candidate that the gop forced down everybody's throats. nobody wanted him last time or this time, but they will continue to beat the drum and say this is there a guy. but i think you will see that after tomorrow, obama's numbers will probably get even stronger. it's a shame they did this to us. if you had a strong candidates like ron paul, obama would not be able to stand on t
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. benson to dan quayle. >> i served with jack kennedy. i knew jack kennedy. kennedy was a friend of mine. senator, you are no jack kennedy. >> reporter: lesson two, think spelling bee. memorize every possible answer. mistakes will define you forever. don't get the obvious stuff wrong. >> there is no soviet domination of eastern europe. >> reporter: have a plan to handle bizarro curveball questions. >> if kitty dukakis were raped and murdered -- >> reporter: mr. dukakis, governor, answered the death penalty question with policy talk. >> i think there are better and mr. effective ways -- >> reporter: which did not go well for him. which lead to lesson three. appearances count above all. jfk, tan. nixon just out of the hospital, pale. refusing proquestional make -- refusing professional makeup. reagan's people fussed more over his than mondale's did over his. reagan always had a glass of wean just before going on to get rosie cheeks. lesson four, real debate sowing -- lesson four, real debating, so far after 52 years, not actually required here. so relax. learn your lines. don't sneak in a
you get at. it's also the ability to attack. remember, lloyd benson in 1988 against dan quayle said that one line to dan quayle, i knew jack kennedy. jack kennedy was a friend of mine. >> if you're obama, do you attack romney or do you advertise whatever you think your own virtue is? >> every poll that came up this morning, romney sup side down in favorables and that's a bad thing. you don't need to attack hilm. you attack congress for not passing the 28% corporate, and blah, blah, blah. you don't have to now. if romney goes after him, then you rebut that. but if i'm obama, i do not attack him. you're the president of the united states. you're cool, calm, and collected. >> when andrew asked that question -- i also saw it in "the new york times." the debate handler supposedly had to tell the president, please don't be too smart. you're a professor. don't just blow them away with your details, which you could. give me the substancetive argument for president obama on what he's rung on. all i know is he wants to raise taxes on rich people. other than that, what is his substance? >> are
dan quail in 1988. those are the types of lines we're looking for. there was news today that, in fact, romney has been practicing zingers he could use against the president at some point just in case it comes up in conversation. they're all looking to score for that sound bite that will be replayed the next morning. >> i think that lloyd benson line was the, you, sir, are no jack kennedy. quick break here. going to bring back the brain trusts on the other side. stick with me. don't go anywhere. coming up -- >> i have a bad reputation to be straight, telling you what i think. sometimes all that i think. >> which candidate is most likely to go off script next? and what are the big stories that will drive the debate? a sneak peek of tomorrow's headlines today. that's next. and every footstep should tell us we made the right decision. so when we can feel our way through the newest, softest, and most colorful options... ...across every possible price range... ...our budgets won't be picking the style. we will. more saving. more doing. that's the power of the home depot. right now get $37 b
that spending less time on hair means more time on running the business. got it. dan writes with vanity no longer an issue, bald men can focus on content and outcome versus image. i think these guys are serious. john writes the sun does increase knowledge. and then bret writes they're successful because they spend less time looking in the mirror. four men, presumably all bald. >> maybe. >> could be. >> and of course mark zuckerberg wears the same thing every day. what's coming up tonight? >> tipping the bald theme, we have our own powerful bald man on. neel kashkari. >> segue. >> we also have john taylor to talk about the debates. and why it might be time to sell gold. >> see you at 5:00. let's get to what you might have missed earlier on this morning. >>> welcome to hour three of "squawk on the street." here's what's happening so far. >> what frustrates me is we are not doing more to build infrastructure here in the united states. >> it's happening. we don't need the government to do anything. >> this is a terrific opportunity for us to launch a global snacking powerhouse. we've got a
results, and i want to go back if i may for a minute to dan's comments four years ago. four years ago, president george w. bush was in the office. four years ago, we were in the second quarter of a recession. we now know t.a.r.p. stabilized the financial markets. george w. bush took a lot of heat, but by the time president barack obama was inaugurated, the recession, we now know from the data was over. the worst was over before owe beca obama was in over. >> we're going to debate this? >> the problem for obama, things haven't gotten appreciably better since he was president. >> mitt romney tried to use the are you better off than you were four years ago -- >> she has to argue with the national bureau of economic researchers that saided the recession ended in june of '09. i don't want to get into that discussion. there are a lot of people that run for president that don't have great relationships with their fathers. president obama, president clinton. i mean, it's good. i think as the father of two children, i think it's good and mitt romney's father was a very admirable man, but i don
the point that lloyd denson destroyed dan quayle. it didn't make any difference but he destroyed him. so i don't know but do you guys want to take a swing at that? >> i think there are two presidential debates after that one, so i think it will be more watched by folks like us in politics whereas i think the overall electorate and i'm not downplaying the importance of the vice presidential but charlie is right, it could have -- anything could make a difference. but it would be surprising to me. >> it's like in the olympics when they had the basketball games for the bronze medal. waiting for the gold medal game, this bronze medal game but do you know what? is the only debate next week. it's going to drive some of the coverage. it will either continue the sort of the momentum that romney had after last night or it will be seen as his vice president biden does well it will be seen as this is the first step towards the obama-biden team getting its footing back. i think it's important. i think in the media world we live in now where everything is analyzed, instantaneously, even before it happen
was making the point that bentsen destroyed dan quayle. it did not make a difference, but he destroyed him. i do not know. do one of you want to take a swing at it? >> there are two presidential debates after that one. i think it will be more watched by folks like us, who are interested in politics. the overall electorate will pay attention more to the presidential. i am not downplaying the importance of the vice- presidential, anything can make a difference. but it would be surprising. >> it is like the olympics, when they had the basketball games for the bronze medal. everyone is waiting for the champion of the gold medal game. but it is the only debate next week. it will drive some of the coverage. it will either continue the momentum that romney has after last night or it will be seen, if vice-president biden does well, it will be seen as the first step for the obama team to get its footing back. in the world we live in now, where everything is analyzed instantaneously, even before it happens, i think it is a meaningful event next week. >> it is important until the next presidential debat
night, cannot remember who it was, it made the point that lloyd bentsen destroyed dan quayle. did not make a difference, but he destroyed them. -- him. what you guys think? >> there are two presidential debates after that one. i think will be more watched by folks like us who are really interested in politics, whereas i think that the overall electorate is going to pay a lot more attention to the presidential. i am not downplaying the importance of the vice- presidential, but charlie is right. anything could make a difference, but it would be surprising to me. >> it is like in the olympics where they have basketball games for the bronze medal. everybody is waiting for the gold medal game. this is the bronze medal game. but you know what, it is the only debate next week. it is going to drive some of the coverage and continue some of the momentum that romney had after last night, or it will be seen, if a vice president might end as well, as the first step towards the obama-biden team getting its foot in back. i think it is important. in the media world we live in now, where everythi
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